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Comicil 

Prettvman. Chairman 

Administrative Conference of 
the United States 



E. Barrett Prettyman, Chairman 

Manuel F. Cohen 

Walter Gellhorn 

Joseph P. Healey 

Everett Hutchinson 

James M. Landis 

John D. Lane 

Earl Latham 

Carl McGowan 

Nathaniel L. Nathanson 

Max Paglin 



Executive Secretary, Webster P. Maxson 
Director, Office of Administrative Procedure 
Department of Justice, Washington 25, D.C. 

ROIIi OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE C(3NFEREWCE 
OF THE UNITED ST&TES 

Jtily 1, 1961 
GOQNCIL 



Chairman Eo Barrett Prettyman of the Tfeited States 

Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit 
Manuel F, Cohen of the 

Secaz°ities and Exchange Commission 
Walter Gelhom of the 

Columbia University School of Ijs^ 
Joseph P, Healey of the 

Boston Edison Cdmpany^ Boston^ Massachusetts 
Everett Hutchinson of the 

Interstate Commerce Commission 
James M. landis 

Special Assistant to the President 
John D» lane of the firm 

Hedrick & lane^ Washington j. D. C« 
Earl Latham of 

Amherst College 
Carl McGowan of the firm 

Ross, McGowan & 0*Keef e^ Chicago, Illinois 
Nathaniel L, Nathanson of the 

Northwestern University School of Law 
Max D. Paglin of the 

Federal Communications Commission 



GENERAL ME3ffiERSHIP 

Karl E. Baldte of the 

United States Tariff Commission 
Donald C. Beelar of the f irm Kirkland, Ellis, Hbdson, 

Chaffetz 85 Masters, Washington, Do C. 
James H* Benney of the firm Orrick, Dahlquist, 

Herrington & SutcUffe, San Francisco, California 
Marver H« Bernstein of 

Princeton University 



Caiman Go Bloiigii of 

Peim laird^ Virginia 
J, D. Bond of the 

Atomic Ener^ Connnission 
Reya Beck Bosone of the 

Post Office Department 
Keil Brooks of the 

Department of AgiricTiltiire 
Kent H. BroTm of the 

State of Nexf York Public Service Commission 
Charles W. Biicy of the 

Department of Agriculture 
Clark Byse of the 

Law School of Harvard Diversity- 
John Ko Carlock of the 

Department of the Treasury- 
John Te Chad-well of the firm Snyder, Chadwell, Keck, 

Kayser & Ruggles, Chicago, Illinois 
Ge Holland Chase of the Board of Governors 

of the Federal Reserve System 
Cjrras J» Colter of the 

Illinois Commerce Commission 
John F. Cushman of the 

Federal Communications Commission 
Richard Mo Davis of the firm 

Iie^s, Gran-fc & Davis ^ Denver, Colorado 
George S. Dixon of the firm 

Matheson, Dixon 8s Bieneman, Detroit, Michigan 
Charles Donahue of the 

Department of Labor 
Thomas Jo Donegan of the 

Subversive Acti-vities Control Board 
William Jo Driver of the 

Veterans Administration 
BerEiard Dunau of the firm 

Jaffee Se Dunau, WashiD^on, D. Co 
David C. Eberhart of the 

General Services Administration 
Irvln Fane of the firm 

Spencer, Fane, Britt Se Browne, Kansas City, Missoxiri 
Joseph A e Fanelli of the firm 

Fanelli & Spingam, Washington, D. C. 
Roland J* Faricy of the firm 

Faricy,. Moore & Costello, Sto Paul, Minnesota 
William Feldesman of the 

national Labor Relations Board 
David Ferber of the 

Securities and Exchange Commission 
Edward W. Fisher of the 

Department of the Interior 
Abe Fortas of the firm 

Arnold, Fortas & Porter, Washington, D. C. 



Ralph Puchs of the 

I&iiversity of Indiana law School 
l^les F, Gibbons of the 

Railroad Retirement Board 
Robert E. Giles of the 

Department of Commerce 
Whitney Gil 11 1 land of the 

Civil Aeronautics Board 
Robert W. Ginnaae of the 

Interstate Commerce Commission 
John So Graham of the 

Atomic Energy Commission 
William L. Griffin of the 

Department of State 
Lawrence B. Hartwig of the 

Renegotiation Board 
James McI. Henderson of the 

Federal Trade Commission 
Harold W.. Horowitz of the 

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 
Daggett H. Howard of the 

Federal Aviation Agency 
Leo A. Hoard of the 

University of Santa Clara College of Law 
Rosel H. Hyde of the 

Federal Conmiuni cations Commission 
John A. Johnson of the 

National Aeronautics and Space Administration 
Paul A. Johnston of the 

Department of Commerce 
T. C. Kammholz of the firm 

Vedder, Pilce, Kaufman & Kammholz, Chicago, Illinois 
Ro Keith Kane of the firm 

Cadwalader, Wickersham & Tsift, New York, N. Y. 
Earl W. Kintner of the firm 

Arent, Fox, Kintner, Plotkin & Kahn, Washington, D, C. 
Robert H. Knight of the 

Department of the Treasury 
John Wa Kbpecky of the 

Housing and Home Finance Agency 
William C. Kbplovitz of the firm 

Derapsey & Kbplovitz, Washington, D. C. 
Jerome K. Kuykendall of the 

Federal Power Commission 
Philip R. Layton of the 

Federal Trade Commission 
Sol Lindenbatim of the 

Department of Justice 
Karl D. Loos of the firm 

Pope, Ballard & Loos, Washington, D. C. 
Domtnick L» Manoli of the 

National Labor Relations Board 



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John C« Mason of the 

Federal Power Commission 
Joseph E • McElTrain of the 

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 
Thomas G. Meeker of the f irm Sctoader, iBfetrrison, 

Segal & Le^s, Phlladelpliia, Pennsylvania 
Lawrence V. Meloy of the 

Civil Service Commission 
John B. Prizer of the 

Pennsylvaida Railroad Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Sidney Rasritz of the 

Department of Jiistice 
Emmette S<, Bedford of the 

l&iversity of Texas 
Hubert A, Schneider of 

Pan American World Airways, TSew York, K. Y* 
David Searis of the film 

Vinson, Elkins, Weems & Searls, H6\iston, Texas 
Harold Seidman of the 

Bureau of the Budget 
Ashley Sellers of the firm 

Cummings & Sellers, Washington, D. C* 
Edsrard F. Sloane of the 

Federal Home Loan Bank Board 
Beirfcram B.Stillwell of the 

Interstate Commerce Commission 
Earl J. Thomas of the 

Department of the Interior 
Cyrus R. Vance of the 

Department of Defense 
John H, Wanner of the 

Civil Aeronautics Board 
Howard C* Westwood of the firm 

Covington & Burling, Washington, D. C. 
Edmund H. Worthy of the 

Securities and Exchange Commission 
Joseph Zverdling of the 

Federal Power Commission 



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GdJGRESSIGMAL REERESEHTATIVES 



Everett McKinley Dirks en 
Senator from Illinois 

Philip A. Hart 

Senator from Michigan 

Edmund S, l^skle 

Senator from Maine 

John B. Bennett 

Representative from Michigan 

Oren Harris 

Representative from Arkansas 

Walter Rogers 

Representative from Texas 



ALTERNATE CaKrGRESSIQHAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Thomas B. Collins of the 

Senate Cominlttee on the Judiciaiy 

Franklin B, Dryden of the 

Senate Committee on Rules and Administration 

Cornelius Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee 
on Administrative Practice and ProcedTire 

Rort Borchardt of the House Committee 
on Interstate and iForeign Commerce 

Charles P. Hbwze of the 

HoTise Special Subcommittee on Regulatory Agencies 

Andrew^ Stevenson of the 

House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 

PARLIAMENTARIAN 

Leonard Braman of the firm 

Newicyer & Bress, Washington, D. C, 



THE WHITE lOUSE 

EXECUTIVE ORDER 

1093^ 

ESTABUSUNG THE ADHIMSTRATIVE 
CONFERENCE OF THE UNITED STATES 



WHEREAS the performance of regulatory functions and related responsi- 
bilities for the determination of private rights, privileges, and 
obligations by executive departments and administrative agencies of the 
United States Government substantially affects large numbers of private 
individuals and many areas of econcMic and business activity; and 

WHEEIEAS it is essential to the protection of private and public 
interests and to the sustained development of the national econcany that 
Federal administrative procedures ensure maximum efficiency and fairness 
in the performance of these governmental functions; and 

WHEREAS the steady expaiislon of the Federal administrative process 
during the past several years has been attended by Increasing concern over 
the efficiency and adequacy of department and agency procedures; and 

WHEREAS the experience of the several groizps vhich have examined 
FedercLL administrative procedures in recent years demonstrates that 
substantial progress in Improving department and agency procedtires can 
result frcm cooperative effort by the departments end agencies, working 
together with meiabers of the practicing bar and other interested persons: 

NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me as President 
of the United States, it is ordered as follows: 

Sectioii 1. Establishment of the Conference . There is hereby 
established a conference to be known as the Administrative Conference of 
the United States, which shall consist of a Council of eleven members 
named by the President, one of whom he shall designate to be Chainnan of 
the Conference, and a general meaibership from Federal executive departments 
and administrative agencies, the practicing bar, and other persons specially 
Infozmed by knowledge and experience with respect to Federal administrative 
procedures . 

Section 2. Purpose . The purpose of the Conference shall be to assist 
the President, the Congress and the administrative agencies and executive 
departments in ingproving existing administrative procedinres . To this end 
the Conference shall conduct studies of the efficiency, adequacy and fair- 
ness of proced\ires by which Federal executive departments and administrative 
agencies protect the public interest and determine the rights, privileges 



aM obligations of private persons. The Conference shall from time to time 
report to the President any conclusions reached by its members beised on 
stich studies^ together with suggestions for appropriate measures to isiprove 
the administrative process. The Conference shall make a Final Beport to 
the President no later than December 31> 19^2^ summarizing its activities^ 
evaluating the need for fu2rther studies of administrative procedures ^ and 
suggesting appropriate means to be employed for this purpose in the future. 

Section 3< Membership . The coniposition of the general membership 
of the Conference shall be determined by the Council; provided that the 
total membership shall be not less than fifty persons^ and at least a 
majority of the total membership shall be froiu Federal executive departments 
and administrative agencies ^ so distributed as to effect an appropriate 
representation among the several departments and agencies . General members 
from Government service shall be designated by the heads of their respective 
departments and agencies. Other general members shaTI be named by the 
Chairman with the approval of the Council from the prewsticing bar, scholars 
in the fields of administrative law and government, and other persons 
specially informed by knowledge and experience with respect to Federal 
administrative procedures. Members of the Conference who are not in 
Government service shall participate in the activities of the Conference 
solely as private individuals without official responsibility on behalf 
of the Government of the United States. 

Section k. Staff . The Attorney General of the United States is 
hereby authorized and directed to furnish to the Conference research and 
staff assistance from the Office of Administrative Procediire in the 
Department of Justice, through the Director of that Office and the Chair- 
man of the Conference, and the Director of the Office of Administrative 
Procedure shall act as Executive Secretary of the Conference. 

Section 5« Operation of the Conference . The Conference shall have 
authority to adopt bylaws and regulations not inconslstant with the 
provisions of this order for the conduct of its functions. Every member 
of the Conference will be expected to participate in all respects 
according to his own views, azid not necessarily as a representative of 
any department or agency or other group from which he may have been chosen. 

Section 6. Committe es . Committees of the Conference shall be 
appointed by the Chairman, with the approval of the Council. Comtnlttees 
shall have authority to designate subcoDsmlttees from their own membership 
for the purposes of conducting studies and making reports to the 
full committees. 

Section 7» Functions of the Council The Council is hereby 
authorized to perform the following functions; 

(a) To meet under the chairmanship and upon the call of the 
Chairman of the Conference. 

(b) To determine the coniposition of the General membership of the 
Conference as provided in section 3 above. 

(c) To make appropriate arrangements with the President of the 
Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives for participation 
in the acTilvities of the Conference by Interested committees of the 



Congress. Representati^Bs of the Congress shall have the privilege of 
the floor of the Gonf e3?exice <. 

(d) To deteimine the time and place of plenary sessions of the 
Conference . 

(e) To propose bylaws and regulations^ incliiding roles of 
procediare and ccjmmittee organization, for adoption by the Conference. 

(f ) To propose to the Conference the matters concerning ijhich the 
Coi^erence and its coamnittees shall conduct investigations and studies. 

(g) To receive and consider reports of coamnittees of the Conference 
and proposals adopted by the Conference, and to transmit them to the 
President together "Blth the views of the Coimcil concerning such matters. 

Section 8. Cooperation of Federal agencies . AH executive depart- 
ments and administrative agencies of the Federal Government are authorized 
and directed to cooperate with the Conference and to furnish such informa- 
tion and assistance not inconsistent with law as may reasonably be 
required in the perfoimance of its functions. 

Section 9* Expenditures of the Conference . Each executive department 
and administrative agency which is represented by one or more members of 
the Conference named or designated as provided in section 3 of this order 
shall, €U5 WB^ be necessary for the purpose of effectuating the provisions 
of this order, furnish assistance to the Conference in accordance with 
section 21^1. of the act of May 3^ 19^5> 59 Stat. I3I* (31 U.S.C. 691), 
Such assistance may include detailing employees to the Conference to perform 
such functions consistent with the purposes of this order as the Conference 
may assign to them. 



JOM Fo KEMSm 



THE ¥H£TE SOUSE 
April 13, 1961 < 



Adopted June 27, 1961 

BYLAWS 
ADMINISTRATIVE CONFERENCE OF THE UNITED STATES 

Seetion lo Establishment and Qb.ieGtives 

The AdniinistratiTe Conference of the United States was established bj 
Exeenitive Order 1093^ of April 13 » 1961 to assist the President, the Congress 9 
and the administrative agencies and executive departments in improving adminis- 
trative procedures* to this end, the order provides that the Conference shall 
conduct studies of the efficiency, adequacy, and fairness of the procedures by 
which Federal executive departments and administrative agencies determine the 
rights, privileges, and obligations of private persons and protect the public 
interest o The Conference shall from time to time report to the President any 
conclusions readk^^ by its members and shall make a final report to the Presi° 
dent not later than December 31, 1962 summarizing its activities, evaluating the 
need for further studies of administrative procedures, and suggesting appropri- 
ate means to be employed for this purpose in the future* 
Section 2« Composition of the Conference 

The Conference shall consist of a Council of eleven members named by the 
President 9 one of whom he has designated Chairman of the Conference, and a gen» 
eral membership to be determined by the Council in accordance with the Executive 
order and these bylaws • 

The Director, Office of Administrative Procedure, Department of Justice 
shall be the Executive Secretary of the Council, the Conference, and its com« 
mitteese 
Section 3« Functions of the Council 

(a) To meet under the chairmanship and upon the call of the Chairman 
of the Conference o 



(b) To determine the composition of the general membership of the 
Conference as provided in Section 2 above o 

(c) To make appropriate arrangements with the President of the Senate 
and the Speaker of the House of Representatives for participation in the activ- 
ities of the Conference by interested committees of the Congress o Representa- 
tives of the Congress shall have the privilege of the floor of the Conference* 

(d) To pass on questions ©f jurisdiction as between the standing com- 
mittees of the Conference 9 other than specific assignments by the Conference o 

(e) To adopt a budget and to take or authorize the taking of any 
action necessary or desirable toward obtaining for the Conference funds or ap- 
propriations for the performance and conq^letion of the work of the Conference 
and its committees » 

(f ) To determine the timej, place 9 and agenda of sessions of the Con- 
ference o 

(g) To consider and to approve or disapprove the appointment of com- 
mittees by the Chairman o 

(h) To propose bylaws and regulations ^ including rules of procedure 
and committee organization 9 for adoption by the Conference o 

(i) To receive and consider proposals for subjects for study by the 
Conference including any which may be received from the President or the Con- 
gress and to refer to the Conference and to its committees matters concerning 
li^ch the Conference and its committees shall conduct investigations and 
studies o 

(j) To receive and consider reports and recommendations of committees 
and to advise and consult with committees with respect to such reports and 
recommendations prior to their submission to the Conference o 



(k) To receive ajid consider proposals adopted by the Conference 9 and 
to transmit them to the President together with the views of the Council con- 
cerning such matters o 

(1) To elect a Vice Chairman of the Conference* 
Section ko Functions of the Conference 

(a) To adopt bylaws and regulations not inconsistent with the Execu* 
tive order o 

(b) To act as a body on matters referred to it by the Council or 
otherwise 9 and through its various committees 9 to undertake the studies and 
deliberations necessary to carry out the objectives of the Executive order o 
Section 5o Committees 

Except as the Chairman may appoint special committees with the approval 
of the Council 9 the following shall const?.tute the committees of the Conference 
and the areas as to which they will have primary responsibilitys 

(a) Committee on Personnel 

Problems relating to the appointments assignment;, rotation^, 
promotion9 removals compensation9 and grade classification 
of hearing officers 9 including the possible allocation of 
responsibility for some or all of these matters to a central 
office? problems relating to the selection, tenure 9 and pro- 
fessionalism of lawyers in government service; and other 
matters relating to the inqprovement of agency personnels 

(b) Committee on Internal Organization and Procedure 

Problems of delegation of authority within and to the agencies 9 
separation of functions within agencies 9 institutional deci- 
sions 9 and other organizational matters which may promote ex- 
pedition and efficiency in the work of the agencies 9 apart 
from the conduct of formal or informal proceedings o 



(c) Committee on Rulemaking 

Problems relating to the uses> scope and conduct of various 
types of rulemaking proceedings (including those governed 
by sections k^ 7^ and 8 of the Administrative Procedure Act) 
and other proceedings leading to authoritative general pro» 
nouncements of law or policy© 

(d) Committee on Licenses and Authorizations 

Problems relating to the grants renewal, transfer, or ter- 
mination of agency permission t® engage in activity of a 
continuing nature | to abandonment of the licensed activity 
or alteration of the terms of the grant previously madei and 
to other governmental grants and authorizations o 

(e) Committee on Compliance o Enforcement a and Disciplinary 
Proceedings 

Problems related to all enforcement policies, techniques, 

proceedings, and sanctions^ including the issuance of cease 

and desist orders, disciplinary actions, the imposition of 

penalties, and other measures to assure compliance with 

applicable requirement s o 

(^) Committee on Ad.iudication of Claims 

Problems related to administrative determination of money or 

property claims, Aether against the Government or private 

parties o 

Committee on Statistics and Reports 

Problems related to statistical reports and analyses of 

administrative activities, in order to determine the adequacy 

of existing information and the desirability of extending 



activity in this areaj and further 9 problems related to 
control over administrative forms and questionnaires calling 
for information from non-governmental sources o 
(h) Committee on Information and Education 

Problems relating to availability of information concerning 
agencies^ acts 9 policies 9 methods $ and organizations and in 
this connection to evaluate existing media of official infor» 
mat ion 5 and secondly to organize such seminaurs or other such 
similar functions as may be authorized hy the Council during 
the life of the Conference o 
(i) Committee on Judicial Review 

Problems relating to judicial inquiry 9 intervention, or review 
in connection with administrative action or inactiono 
Members of Committees of the Conference and a Chairman for each shall 
be appointed by the Chairman of the Conference with the approval of the Council o 
Each Coomiittee shall select a Vice Chairman and shall establish such subcommit- 
tees from its membership as may be necessary to carry out its responsibilities o 
Committees and subcommittees may call to their assistance as consultants such 
experts and advisers as the committees may deem appropriate 9 provided that no 
e^enditure of funds for the employment of such consultants or other assistants ^ 
or the payment of their expenses may be authorized except upon the advance ap- 
proval of the Council o Consultants and experts » with the approval of the 
Chairman of the Conference 9 may have the privilege of the floor <, 

Committees 9 having studied and reached conclusions in respect to any 
subject or subdivision thereof shall submit to the Conference 9 through the 
Councils separately 9 (l) a report 9 idiich shall be of such nature as the Commit- 
tee may deem appropriate, and (2) a recommendation of action in respect to the 

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subject, which recommendation shall be succinct and simply statedo Reports 
and recommendations shall be filed with the Executive Secretaryo 
Section 6c Members 

Each member will be expected to participate in all respects according 
to his own views and not necessarily as a representative of any department, 
agency, or other group from which he may have been chosen o Consultation be- 
tween members and any other persons concerning matters being considered by 
the Conference is, of course, permitted and encouragedo 

All members shall be appointed for terms to expire December 31 > 1962* 
A person designated from a Federal executive department or administrative 
agency shall become ineligible to continue as a member of the Conference under 
that designation if he leaves the service of the department or agency xdiich 
designated himo Likewise a person designated as a non«Government member shall 
become ineligible to continue in that capacity if he enters regular Government 
service o In the event a member of the Conference resigns, become ineligible, 
or is otherwise unable to continue as a member of the Conference, the designat- 
ing authority shall designate a successor for the remainder of the termo Des- 
ignations and re-designations of members shall be filed with the Executive 
Secretary of the Conference not less than 30 days prior to the first meeting 
of the Conference at which such member shall sit, except that for the first 
plenary session and thereafter in exceptional circumstances the Council may 
p^Jlnit a newly designated or re-designated member to participate in any session^ 

Alternates or substitutes will not be permitted to act as members at 
sessions of the Conference o Where circumstances justify, alternates or substi- 
tutes will be permitted to act in the place of members in the meetings or other 
activities of Committees or subcommittees, with the approval and permission of 



the Committee or subcommittee 9 but such alternates or substitutes shall not 
have the privilege of a vote in respect to any action of the Committee or 
subcommittee o 
Section ?<» General 

All sessions of the Conference shall be publico 

The Conference shall be governed by Robert's Rules of Order 9 except for 
such specific procedural rules as may be adopted by the Conference o 

These Inlaws nay be amended at any regular session of the Conference 
upon a two- thirds vote of the members present and voting | provided that notice 
of the proposal to amend is given the members by the Executive Secretary not 
less than 3^ days prior to the session o 



STAHDING COMHTETEBS OF THE 

MmimjSEMS'rrE cowmmcE of the uhited states 



July 1, 1961 



1. COHHTETEE oh FERS0H19EL 



Chairman - SsBsaette S. Bedford 

of the University of Texas 

Bertram E. Stillvell 

of the Interstate Commerce Commission 

J. D. Bond 

of the Atomic Energy Commission 

Lawrence ¥. Msloy 

of the Civil Service Commission 

Reva Beck Bosone 

of the Post Office Department 

Sidney Rawitz 

of the Department of Justice 

Ralph Fuchs of the 

University of Indiana Lav School 

Abe Fortas of Arnold, Fortas & Porter 
Wiashington^ D. C. 

R. Keith Kane of Cadvalader, Wickersham & 
Taft, New York, N. Y. 

Council liaison - Earl Latham 

of Aniherst College 

Reporter - Wilbur Lester of the 

University of Cincinnati, College of Law 



2, CGMHITTBE ON INTEEML ORGANIZATION AND EBOCEDXJBE 



Chairman - Bavid l'ert)er of the 

Securities and Exchange Commission 

William Feldesman 

of the National Labor Belations Board 

John Co Mason 

of the Federal Power Commission 

John So Graham 

of the Atomic Energy Commission 

Harold Seldmaa 

of the Biireau of the Budget 

Earl Thomas 

of the Department of the Interior 

Don Beelar of Kirkland, Ellis, Hodson, 

Chaffetz & Masters, Washington, D. C» 

Marver Bernstein 

of Princeton University 

John B, Prizer of the Pennsylvania Bailroad 
Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Council liaison - Manuel Fo Cohen 

of the Seciirities and Exchange Commission 

Reporter <- Csucl Auerbach of the 

tJniverslty of Wisconsin Law School 

(University of Minnesota Law School in September, I961) 



COMHrrTEB ON HUI£!MKING 



Chairman - Robert W, Glnnarie of the 

Interstate Commerce Commission 

John Wo Kopecky of the 

Housing and Home Finance Agency 

John Ho Wanner 

of the Civil Aeronautics Board 

Joseph Zverdllng 

of the Federal Power Commission 

Harold W, Horowitz of the Department of 
Health, Education, and Welfare 

Leo Ao Huard of the University of 
Santa Clara College of Law 

Cyrus Ja Colter 

of the Illinois Commerce Commission 

David Sear Is of Vinson, Elklns, Weems & Sear Is 
Houston, Texas 

Howard C» Westwood of 

Covington & Burling, Washington, D« C. 

Council liaison - Carl McGowan of 

Ross, McGowan & O^Keefe, Chicago, 111, 

Reporter - Roger C. Cramton of the 

University of Michigan Law School 



k. GOMfcCnmSE ON LICENSING 



Chairman - Whitney Gillilland 

of the Civil Aeronautics Board 

Jerome K, Ktiykendall 

of the Federal Power Commission 

Edmimd Ho Worthy of the 

Securities and Exchange Commission 

John A. Johnson of the National Aeronautics 
and Space Administration 

Robert Bo Giles 

of the Department of Commerce 

Kent H. Brown of the State of New York 
Public Service Commission 

Clark Byse of the 

law School of Harvard University 

Irvin Fane of Spencer, Fane, Britt & Browne 
Kansas City, Missouri 

Hubert A. Schneider of Pan American 
World Airways, New York, N« Y. 

Council liaison - Max Do Paglin 

of the Federal Communications Commission 

Reporter - William Ko Jones of the 

Columbia University School of Law 



5. COMilTTEB ON COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT PROCEEDINGS 



Chairman - Rosel H. Hyde 

of the Federal Conmmnlcatlons CoimalssioD 

DcMoalnlck Lc Manoli of the 

National Labor Relations Board 

Daggett H« Howard 

of the Federal Aviation Agency 

Philip R, Lay ton 

of the Federal Trade Comiaission 

Charles Donahue 

of the Department of Labor 

William L. Griffin 

of the Department of State 

Robert H. Knight 

of the Department of the Treasury 

John To Chadwell of Snyder, Chadwell, Keck, 
Kayser & Riiggles, Chicago, Illinois 

T» C, Kammholz of Vedder, Price, Ka\ifman & 
Kammholz, Chicago, Illinois 

Earl W« Kintner of Arent, Fox, Kintner, 
Plotkin & Kahn, Washington, D. C. 

Co\mcil liaison - Nathaniel L. Nathanson of the Northwestern 

University School of Law 

Reporter - Robert B. McKay of the 

New York University School of Law 



6. COMMITTEE ON CIAIMS ADJUDICATION 



Chairman - Cyrus R, Vance of the 

Department of Defense 

William Jo Driver of the 

Veterans Adiainistration 

Lawrence E« Haxtwlg of the 
Renegotiation Board 

Joseph Eo McElvain of the 
Department of Health, 
Education and Welfare 

Edward Fisher of the 

Department of the Interior 

James H, Benney of the firm Orrick, 

Dahlquist^ Herrington & Sutcliffe 
San Francisco, California 

Richard M« Davis of the firm 
Lewis, Grant & Davis, 
Denver, Colorado 

Joseph Ao Fane Hi of the firm 
Fanelli & Spingarn, 
Washington, Do Co 

Council liaison - Walter Gellhom of the 

Columbia University School of Law 

Reporter - Stanley Do Metzger of the 

Georgetown University Law Center 



7# CCmmTEE ON STATISTICS AHD HEPORTS 



Chairman - Charles W, Bucy 

of the Department of Agriculttire 

Karl E. Bakke 

of the United States Tariff CommlsBlon 

Edward Fo Sloane 

of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board 

John K, Car lock 

of the Department of the Treasijry 

Paul Ao Johnston 

of the Department of Commerce 

Carman Go Blough 

of Penn Laird, Virginia 

Karl D« Loos 

of Pope, Ballard & Loos, Washington, D« C 

Cowicil liaison - Everett Hutchinson of the 

Interstate Commerce Commission 



8, COMMITTEE ON INFOBMATION AHD EDUCATION 



Chairman - Jasiee Jfol. Henderson of the 

Federal Trade Cozsmisslon 

David C » Eberhart of the 

General Services Administration 

Myles F, Gibbons of the 

Railroad Betireioent Board 

Boy Wo Lennartson of the 

Department of Agriculture 

Bernard Dunau of the firm 
Jaf fee & Dunau^ 

Washington, D« Co 

William Co Koplovitz of the firm 
Dempsey Ss Koplovitz, 
Washington, Do Co 

Thomas G« Meeker of the firm 

Schnaderp Harrison, Segal & Levis, 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Council liaison - Joseph P. Healey of the 

Boston Edison Company, 
Boston, Massachxisetts 



9. COMMITTEE ON JDDICIAL REVIEW 



Chairman - Ashley Sellers of the firm 
Ctunmings & Sellers , 
Washington, D. C. 

Go Howland Chase of the 

Board of Governors of the 
Federal Reserve System 

John F , Cushman of the 

Federal Communications Commission 

Thomas J« Donegan of the 

Subversive Activities Control Board 

Sol LindenbaiM of the 

Department of Justice 

George S« Dixon of the firm 

Matheson, Dixon & Bieneman, 
Detroit, Michigan 

Roland Jo Farley of the firm 
Farley, Moore & Costello, 
St« Paul, Minnesota 

Council liaison - John D. Lane of the firm 

Hedrlck 8s Lane, 

Washington, Do C, 

Reporter - Robert Kramer of the 

George Washington University School of Law